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Final Flight of the Ranegr

Craig Stephen Cooper Tessa Eden

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C S Cooper
16 January 2019
Adventure; Science fiction; Space opera; Romance; Science fiction (Children's&YA); Space
A deepening crisis aboard a deep-space colonisation vessel has forced most of its crew to evacuate to the nearest planet.

During the evacuation, a ship, carrying three young friends to safety, malfunctions and strands them in interstellar space.

It's not long before the Ranegr - a drifting ship of outlaws - salvages their derelict pod.

Put to work in the reactor core by a captain with conquest on his mind, and stalked by bizarre creatures in the shadows, the children's bid to escape and return home is just one thread in a web of ambition and clashing desires, bringing them ever nearer to an ancient mystery lurking in the cosmos.
By:   Craig Stephen Cooper
Cover design or artwork by:   Tessa Eden
Imprint:   C S Cooper
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm,  Spine: 17mm
Weight:   435g
ISBN:   9780987633507
ISBN 10:   0987633503
Pages:   296
Publication Date:   16 January 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

When I was a kid, Commander Keen was my favourite game. And it was awesome! Unfortunately, I only had one game in the series, and my parents weren't... keen... to send their credit card details over the phone to a company overseas. This was well before the Internet, mind you. So I couldn't get the rest of the games, even though I really wanted them. Instead, I started designing my own games and stories on a magnadoodle. That's how I developed my love of storytelling. Then, when I was in year five, my teacher read to me the Chinese creation myth. That triggered a spark in my mind, which over the years transformed into an invented world, with its own mythology, languages, and history. Tessa Eden grew up upon the shores of Australia's sunny beaches, frolicking in the sand and exploring the beautiful underwater world. Her father being a software engineer, and mother an illustrator, it was natural that she would grow to combine the two, becoming a digital artist. She now spends her days painting digitally, and creating 3D animations and CGI for animation studios in Sydney.

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